Glasgow to Cumbernauld via Duke Street



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This is a two platform station beneath Glasgow Queen Street High Level. Trains at the high level station can be heard arriving and departing from below.
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One of a series of information posters which has appeared recently on the Queen Street Low level platforms. Inset is a new (?) 'arrow' logo which ...
Colin McDonald 10/02/2018
Westbound 334 heads out of low level Queen Street. ...
Beth Crawford 18/05/2017
The new exit from Queen Street Low Level to the High Level concourse, seen on 25th September 2018.
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Beth Crawford 25/09/2018
The interior of a very quiet 334 paused at Queen Street, Low Level. ...
Beth Crawford 18/05/2017

This is a two platform station located in a dressed stone cutting with a street level ticket office.
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Edinburgh (left) and Balloch services cross at High Street on 19 September 2017.
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David Panton 19/09/2017
An Edinburgh service enters High Street on 5 August. The view looks west to Queen Street. ...
David Panton 05/08/2017
A six-coach Balloch to Airdrie service calls at High Street on Saturday 19 May. The station is becoming increasingly surrounded by student housing; ...
David Panton 19/05/2018
High Street, looking west, on 9/5/16. A Helensburgh to Edinburgh approaches. ...
Alastair McLellan 09/05/2016

This is an island platform station.
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A Dalmuir to Cumbernauld service at Bellgrove on 5 August. There's not really such a place as Bellgrove; it's just the name of a Street here in ...
David Panton 05/08/2017
View east over the entrance to Bellgrove station on a Sunday morning in April 2007 looking like somebody opened the wrong door on a pigeon special! ...
John Furnevel /04/2007
Entrance to Bellgrove Station in April 2007. View north east across Bellgrove Street. ...
John Furnevel 08/04/2007
Diesels on the North Clyde lines? A common sight until August when Glasgow Queen Street High Level reopens. An Edinburgh Waverley service from Low ...
David Panton 30/04/2016

This is a two platform station. There was a booking office by Alexandra Cross which survived until the 1980s. There was no signal box, Haghill Junction being just to the north. ...

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A Cumbernauld to Dumbarton Central calls at Duke Street during one of the day's frequent showers. ...
David Panton 05/08/2017
A Dumbarton Central to Cumbernauld service calls at Duke Street on 25 August 2018. The run to Alexandra Parade vies with two others for being the ...
David Panton 25/08/2018
A Cumbernauld service calls at Duke Street on 13th January 2018 with, appropriately, Cumbernauld Road as a backdrop. Baking bread smells waft from the ...
David Panton 13/01/2018
The north end of Duke Street station in 1987. ...
Ewan Crawford //1987

This is a two platform station in a cutting to the east of Alexandra Park Street. The line is crossed by Alexandra Parade to the south with ramps down to the platforms. There is no car park. Alexandra Park is to the east.
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A Dumbarton Central service enters Alexandra Parade, the location named after King Edward VII's long-suffering consort. The destination is Dumbarton ...
David Panton 25/08/2018
These days Alexandra Parade is days mainly served by Cumbernauld to
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David Panton 20/01/2018
The 1053 service to Dalmuir seen from under the road bridge at Alexandra Parade on 23rd December 2014. ...
Colin McDonald 23/12/2014
Alexandra Parade looking south towards Haghill Junction. ...
Ewan Crawford //1987

This is a suburban two platform station.
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320 310 at Barnhill about to start the final leg of its journey to Springburn on 12 January 2008. ...
David Panton 12/01/2008
Barnhill looking south to Barnhill tunnel. Note Sealink coaches up on embankment at St Rollox in distance. ...
Ewan Crawford //1987
Hunting pink is red, red tape is pink, and Strathclyde red is... orange. While it looked OK on older stock it doesn't to me seem quite right on a 320, ...
David Panton 04/06/1998
320 310 at Barnhill with a Springburn - Dalmuir train on 12 January 2008. ...
David Panton 12/01/2008

This is a four platform station. Two platforms are through lines and two are bays served from the south east.
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A Cumbernauld to Dumbarton Central service enters Springburn on 5 August, seconds after an opposite working using the nearer track (for Platform 2). ...
David Panton 05/08/2017
The driver of 320 320 (so good they named it twice) has just changed ends
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David Panton 17/06/2017
66736 hauls the alumina train for Fort William through Springburn on 21 June. ...
Bill Roberton 21/06/2018
A Dalmuir service pulls out on a fine early spring morning to be followed a few minutes later by the Cumbernauld train on Platform 2. This will leave ...
David Panton 05/03/2016

This is a two platform station.
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A Cumbernauld - Glasgow Queen Street train leaving Stepps station in July 2006. ...
John Furnevel 26/07/2006
Stepps when brand new in 1989. The view looks to Cumbernauld. This station is east of the original Steps Road station. The line has since been ...
Ewan Crawford //1989
170 470 with a service for Glasgow Queen Street about to leave Stepps on 30 August 2008. ...
David Panton 30/08/2008
SPTE 156503 for Cumbernauld calls at Stepps a few days after the station opening in 1989. ...
Brian Forbes //1989

This is a modern minimal two platform station. It was opened in 2005 on the site of the previous Gartcosh station, closed in 1962.
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A Falkirk Grahamston - Glasgow Queen Street service westbound, seen shortly after leaving Gartcosh station on 25 September 2007. [Ref query 19 June ...
John Furnevel 25/09/2007
A Falkirk Grahamston to Glasgow Queen Street service calls at Gartcosh on 2nd
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David Panton 02/09/2017
66113 passing through Gartcosh with a Glen Douglas MOD to Mossend. ...
Alastair McLellan 13/12/2016
Northern Belle approaching Gartcosh on 13/12/2016 with 57301 in charge with 57302 on the rear. This was a Xmas lunch special from Glasgow Central to ...
Alastair McLellan 13/12/2016

This is a two platform station. It was opened to serve the southern part of Cumbernauld as the 'new town' extended south. ...

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318 252 pulls into Greenfaulds for the last (brief) leg of the journey to Cumbernauld. Greenfaulds is a community of Cumbernauld. ...
David Panton 19/05/2018
Access point information signs at Greenfaulds. The choice of locations for directions seems pretty random, and it doesn't say in which direction the ...
David Panton 19/05/2018
Waiting on next train, travelling from Motherwell to Edinburgh the long way round. ...
Gordon Steel 06/03/2017
The 1112 Cumbernauld - Glasgow Queen Street approaching Greenfaulds station on 8 May 2014. [Ref query 10 August 2018] ...
John Furnevel 08/05/2014

This is a two platform station with the main station building on the northbound platform. The original shelter on this platform was similar to that at Killin [2nd] reflecting the size of Cumbernauld before it became a 'New Town'.
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After spending time in the refuge waiting for a Grahamston train to pass, 318 263 makes its way to the westbound line to form a Dumbarton Central ...
David Panton 19/05/2018
Platform scene at Cumbernauld station on 8 May 2014, with electrification of the line from Springburn completed a few days earlier. Boarding at ...
John Furnevel 08/05/2014
A Glasgow Queen Street to Falkirk Grahamston calls at Cumbernauld on 19 May 2018. These services are due to be electrified soon, and the plan is (or ...
David Panton 19/05/2018
A Class 318 advances slowly out of Cumbernauld station towards the refuge on a lovely 19 May 2018. ...
David Panton 19/05/2018